8 መጋቢት መዓልቲ ደቂ ኣንስትዮ`ዩ። ብዙሓት ደቂ ተባዕትዮ ብዛዕባ መሰል ደቂ ኣንስትዮ እክዝረብ ኣነኣኢሶም ይጥምትዎ ወይ ብውሽጦም ኣይቅበልዎን እዮም። እታ መጀመርያ ነገር ክሓስብዋ ዘለዎም ነገር ግን፣ ጓል ኣንስተይቲ ክበሃል እንከሎ ኣደታቶምን ኣሓቶምን ክዝክሩ ኣለዎም።
8 መጋቢት፣ ማሕበራዊ፣ ቁጠባዊ ከምኡ ውን ባህላዊን ፖለቲካዊን ኣበርክቶን ዓወታትን ደቂ ኣንስትዮ ዝጽንበለሉ መዓልቲ`ዩ። ከምኡ ውን ንቕሓት ጾታዊ ማዕርነት ዝጉስጎሰሉን ዝስትንተነሉን መዓልቲ ውን`ዩ።
ኣፍሪቃውያን ደቂ ኣንስትዮ ልዕሊ ዝኾነት ኣብ ካልእ ጫፍ እዛ ንነብረላ ፕላኔት እትርከብ ጓል ኣንስተይቲ መከራ ኣሕሊፈን ልዕሊ ዝኾነት ጓል ከኣ ነዚ ዓለም በጺሓቶ ዘላ ለውጢ ኣብ መሰል ደቂ ኣንስትዮ ኣበርክቶ ገረን`የን።
ከም ኣብነት ክንጠቅስ እንተኴንና ኬንያዊት ዋንጋሪ ማታይ፣ ደቡብ ኣፍሪቃዊት ስነ-ጥበበኛ ማርያ ማኬቫ ገለ ካብ ልዑል ኣበርክቶ ኣብ ጎስጓስን ቃልሲን መሰል ደቂ ኣንስትዮ ዝገበራ ደቂ-ኣንስትዮ እየን። እዚ ከምዚ ኢሉ እንከሎ ኤርትራውያን ደቂ-ኣንስትዮ ካብ ብረታዊ ቃልሲ ኤርትራ ጀሚርካ ክሳብ ሕጂ ካብ ዝተሓተ ክሳብ ዝለዓለ ጽፍሒ ናይ ሓላፍነት ንሃገረን ህዝበንን ኣበርኪተንን የበርክታ ኣለዋን።
ናጽነት ኤርትራ ብዘይ ተሳትፎ ደቂ ኣንስትዮ ክዕወት ኣይምኸኣለን፣ ብዛዕባ ዋዓሩ ኤርትራ ብዙሕ ዘይተባህለ ኣሎ….. በብግዜኡ ኣብ ሰነዳት ተሞርኲሱ መጽሓፍቲን ብሉጽ ዶኩመንታሪታት ክስርሓሉ ኣለዎ። ኩሉ ኤርትራዊ ዘይክሕዶ ሓቂ እንተሃል`ዩ፣ ብዘይ ተሳትፎ ኤርትራዉያን ደቂ-ኣንስትዮ እዚ ሕጂ ናተይ ዝብላ ሃገር ኣይምሃለወትን።
ኣበርክቶ ደቂ ኣንስትዮ ካብዚ ዘለዎ እንተ ክዓቢ እንተኽኢሉ፣ ሃገርንናን ኣህጉርንናን ናብ ዝሓሸ ደረጃ ናይ ቁጠባ ክትድይብ ምኳና ርዱእ እዩ። ምኽንያቱ ልዕሊ 50 ሚእታዊት ካብ ብዝሒ ህዝቢ ኣፍሪቃ ደቂ-ኣንስትዮ ስለ ዝኾና።
March 8th is International Women's Day, a day that celebrates the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women around the world. It is also a day to raise awareness about gender equality and women's rights.
Yes, Eritrean women played a crucial role in the liberation struggle of Eritrea. Women actively participated in the struggle alongside men and fought for their country's independence.
During the 30-year-long war for independence, Eritrean women played a pivotal role as fighters, organizers, and supporters. They participated in guerrilla warfare, served as medical personnel, cooks, and porters, and helped to mobilize communities and provide logistical support to the fighters. Some women even rose to high positions within the Eritrean People's Liberation Front (EPLF).
Women's involvement in the struggle challenged traditional gender roles and helped to pave the way for greater gender equality in Eritrea after independence was achieved in 1991. Today, Eritrea is considered one of the few countries in Africa with high levels of gender parity, thanks in part to the contributions and sacrifices of Eritrean women during the liberation struggle.
African women have played a significant role in the fight for gender equality and women's rights, often facing multiple forms of discrimination due to their gender, race, and socioeconomic status. Throughout history, African women have fought for their rights and the rights of their communities, advocating for equal access to education, healthcare, political representation, and economic opportunities.
Some notable African women who have made significant contributions to the struggle for gender equality include Wangari Maathai, the Kenyan environmental and political activist who founded the Green Belt Movement; Miriam Makeba, the South African singer and civil rights activist who used her music to speak out against apartheid; and Ellen Johnson Sir leaf
, the Liberian politician and Nobel Peace Prize winner who became the first female elected head of state in Africa.
International Women's Day serves as a reminder that there is still much work to be done to achieve gender equality and women's rights, and that everyone can play a role in advancing this important cause.